Companies using IBM DB2 Connect

We have found 424 companies that use IBM DB2 Connect. Our data for IBM DB2 Connect usage goes back as far as 1 years and 10 months.

68% of IBM DB2 Connect customers are in United States. Of all the companies that are using IBM DB2 Connect, 16% are small (<50 employees), 29% are medium-sized and 49% are large (>1000 employees). Looking at IBM DB2 Connect customers by industry, we find that Computer Software (18%), Information Technology and Services (11%), Insurance (8%), Financial Services (8%) and Banking (6%) are the largest segments.

Did you know that IBM DB2 Connect customers are also likely to use Compuware File-AID and IBM ISPF?

Who uses IBM DB2 Connect?

Here are the top companies that use IBM DB2 Connect :
Logo Company Website Signal Strength Scan Date
Logo of International Business Machines, IBM DB2 Connect client International Business Machines 2017-08-08
Logo of Hire Investment, IBM DB2 Connect client Hire Investment 2017-08-08
Logo of Yum Brands, IBM DB2 Connect client Yum Brands 2017-08-08
Logo of Federal Reserve System, IBM DB2 Connect client Federal Reserve System 2017-08-08
Logo of Navistar International, IBM DB2 Connect client Navistar International 2017-08-08

IBM DB2 Connect Market Share and Competitors in Data Integration

We use the best scanning techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 5,000 technology products, including Data Integration. In the Data Integration category, IBM DB2 Connect has a market share of about 2.1%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

What is IBM DB2 Connect?

IBM DB2 Connect makes the company's host data directly available to user's personal computer and LAN-based workstations. It connects desktop and palm-top applications to the company's mainframe. DB2 Connect provides the application enablement and scalable communication infrastructure for connecting web, Microsoft Windows, UNIX, Linux and mobile applications to IBM z/OS and IBM AS/400 data.IBM DB2 Connect Enterprise Edition connects LAN-based systems and their desktop applications to the company's mainframe and minicomputer host databases.